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Im puttin a new head unit with a different wire harness, i know what all the wires are on that wire harness, but with the 92 accord stereo wire harness i need to know which wires are speaker, remote, power and ground.

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You can buy a cheap harness from the local parts store for your Honda made specifically to put in aftermarket head units. Since you know the pin outs on your head unit, you can wire it up quickly uning this harness and it will plug directly into the factory Honda harness. Go to Scosche dot com part lookup for your number - I think the wiring schematic is on the outside of the package, too.

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